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Old Mar 10, 2007, 11:24 AM   #1
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Your night-time shots are really interestig Dawg. Catching the moon on the edge of the clouds like that works well. Kind of mistical if that would be the right word. I always enjoy looking at your pictures. andy 74
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Dawg,

How long of an exposure time are you using for these?

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Your night-time shots are really interestig Dawg. Catching the moon on the edge of the clouds like that works well. Kind of mistical if that would be the right word. I always enjoy looking at your pictures. andy 74
Thanks Andy. I enjoy so much shooting them!
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How long of an exposure time are you using for these?

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Cecil I shot these at 12 -16 second exposures. After that I used Photofiltre to process them. When processing them I have to brighten them up quite a bit with the +gamma tool in PhotoFiltre! They are still very dark untill you do this. Kodak did put a 64 second exposure time on some cameras like the DX7440 that made them need less post processing. I shoot with a DX6490 and can only expose for 16 seconds max...thus the +gamma !



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Very cool, I like this series (all 3 threads).
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